Blue Zoanthid

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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Description

Blue Zoanthids are neat species from the Caribbean. The Blue Zoanthid  really light up a reef tank.

The cluster will quickly attached to whatever you put it on, and will begin to send out new polyps once it’s stabilized.  They are very hardy and multiply fast.  Medium to strong lighting will be best for these.  Most zoanthids are photosynthetic and will get much or their nourishment from the symbiotic algae living in their tissues, but they will also need to be fed some sort of fine particle food.  In the wild they seem to feed on plankton and detritus, so when they are opened up, try dusting them with the food of choice.

Single: 1 polyp, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.

Nano: This cluster will contain at least 5 polyps, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.

Small: This cluster will contain at least 15 polyps, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.

Large: This cluster will contain at least 30 polyps, and maybe a few more than that. The polyps are about a half inch or less in diameter.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 lbs
Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 in
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2 reviews for Blue Zoanthid

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    judy (verified owner)

    Ordered the smallest version, received a nice healthy cluster of beautiful polyps!! THANK YOU!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    ijf90 (verified owner)

    I ordered a single polyp of the blue Zoanthus spp., and received a small cluster of polyps. I superglued the polyps to a piece of rubble, and they opened up within 10 minutes of being placed in the tank. These polyps have exceptional blue colouring. It is bold yet natural-looking in the tank. A very healthy coral that I’m sure will spread quickly. This is a Caribbean species, but would truly be at home in any mixed reef aquarium. It is quite a gem. Thank you for your generosity Phillip and Kara!

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